It’s been several months since Microsoft announced it was bringing mobile-style ARM processors to Windows 10 and now we’re finally seeing the fruits of that labor. Say hello the “Always Connected PC,” the first batch of which are powered by Qualcomm processors. Qualcomm apparently thought I was cool enough to fly me out to its event in Hawaii (disclaimer), where it showed showed off two Windows PCs, the HP Envy X2 and the Asus NovaGo. They’re powered by the Snapdragon 835 – the same chip in the Galaxy S8, Pixel 2, and the vast majority of Android flagships in 2017.… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Windows
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